President Trump to allow JFK assassination files to be released

Posted October 23, 2017

US President Donald Trump has announced he will release classified files relating to his predecessor John F. Kennedy, "subject to the receipt of further information".

Kennedy was shot and killed on November 22, 1963 and his death has captivated the world ever since with movies, books, documentaries and conspiracy theories contesting the circumstances that lead to his untimely demise.

The National Archives has until Thursday to disclose the remaining files related to Kennedy's 1963 assassination. A 1992 law known as "The John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act" required more than 3,000 previously-classified documents be made public by the law's 25th anniversary.

"There could be some jewels in there because our level of knowledge in the 1990s is maybe different from today", said Judge John Tunheim, who was chairman of the agency who determined the fate of public assassination records.

Trump's announcement comes after a number of government agencies requested he hold off on making the documents public, lest they expose relatively recent intelligence and law enforcement operations.

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If you think the government is hiding something about the Kennedy assassination, you may get to see what it is. "There's going to be no smoking gun in there", Gerald Posner, the author of "Case Closed: Lee Harvey Oswald and the Assassination of JFK", told CNN.

Cruz's father Rafael has called Trump's allegations that he was pictured with Oswald in New Orleans before the assassination "ludicrous".

Despite serious questions about the official inquest, and theories purporting that organized crime, Cuba or a cabal of United States security agents was involved, conspiracy theorists have yet to produce conclusive proof Oswald acted in consort with anyone.

'Yesterday I had the opportunity to make the case directly to the president of the United States by phone as to why I believe it is essential that he release the balance of the now redacted and classified JFK assassination documents, ' Stone said.

He added that "a very good White House source", but not Mr Trump, had told him the Central Intelligence Agency, and specifically its director Mike Pompeo, had been "lobbying the President furiously not to release these documents". "It sheds very bad light on the deep state".